Euphoria Is The Second Most-Watched HBO Show, After “Game of Thrones”

Euphoria Is The Second Most-Watched HBO Show, After "Game of Thrones"

After the finale of the second season of the Euphoria, which was shown on Sunday and Monday, excellent viewing results are coming.

Euphoria is the second most-watched series on HBO since 2004, and in front of it is only Game of Thrones. The aforementioned finale of the second season set another record for the series and attracted 6.6 million viewers, and HBO states that the second season was watched by an average of 16.3 million viewers.

Apart from Game of Thrones, there are no other series, or season of any series that has achieved such ratings in the last 18 years. The network also states that the viewership of the first episode of the second season is approaching 19 million viewers in the United States.

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On the HBO Max streaming service in the USA, Latin America and Europe, Euphoria came in first place for the seventh week in a row. One of the records is that it is currently the most mentioned on Twitter (of the series) of which 34 million tweets in the US alone.

Also, Euphoria has become the most Tweeted about show of the decade, and you can read more about it in our other article.

The second season ended pretty tense for all the characters except probably for Rue (Zendaya) who seems to have (for now) a quieter period in her life. Levinson himself promised us a third season, and with Zendaya in the series starring Hunter Schafer, Nika King, Eric Dane, Angus Cloud, Jacob Elordi, Algee Smith, Sydney Sweeney, Alexa Demie, Barbie Ferreira, Maude Apatow, Javon Walton, Dominic Fike, Storm Reid and Austin Abrams. Who will be back in the new season and when we can expect it, we hope to find out soon?

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